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REMN Continues Its West Coast Expansion

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 27, 2011

Real Estate Mortgage Network Inc. (REMN), a national mortgage lender based in River Edge, N.J., has continued its West Coast expansion with the opening of a new office in San Diego, Calif., and the addition of three new team members. Located in the city of Carlsbad, Calif., the new office will better help REMN service the needs of southern California’s future and existing homeowners, real estate professionals and residential builders. REMN’s new San Diego will be staffed by three experienced mortgage professionals, all dedicated to REMN’s commitment to customer service, quality and honesty in helping people navigate the mortgage process. Kevin Hoyt, REMN’s new Western regional retail manager, will be based out of this office and joins the company with more than 30 years experience in the lending industry. Laurie Peterson, the San Diego office’s branch manager, has more than 20 years industry experience, including roles in sales, operations and training capacities. Hoyt and Peterson are joined in the office by Nancy Sexton, who has been brought onto the team as the office’s first mortgage loan originator. “This new office in San Diego is just the latest example of REMN’s continued commitment to the retail side of mortgage industry. We see a tremendous opportunity for REMN’s customer-centric approach to doing business in southern California and look forward to seeing our business, both wholesale and retail, grow across the country,” said Rick Floyd, managing director of retail sales for Real Estate Mortgage Network Inc. (REMN). REMN’s new San Diego office comes on the heels of Tom Conklin joining REMN as the company’s Western Division Sales manager for the wholesale channel.
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